HOLMDEL, N.J. [November 26, 2018] – Al Smith, chief technology officer at ., a leading provider of cloud-based , will be presenting as a customer case study at Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) , at 1 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 27 in Las Vegas, NV.
Earlier this year, iCIMS migrated more than 4,000 clients’ recruiting data, containing more than 1.8 million recruiters and hiring managers and 238 million resumes, to a fully cloud-based data center with AWS from a hybrid data center that consisted of cloud and physical servers.
Smith, presenting with Rodney Bozo and Bini Berhe, Sr. Solutions Architects, AWS Specialized SA, will provide best practices and guidelines in migrating and architecting a hybrid SQL Server architecture on AWS. Additionally, they will share how the investment reduced operational costs, increased the effectiveness of IT processes and significantly reduced maintenance time.
Additionally, Smith was selected to participate in the invitation-only Executive Summit that will bring together top tech leaders from around the world to discuss the opportunities and challenges of cloud adoption and showcase the best capabilities of AWS.
“We’re looking forward to sharing lessons learned and best practice tips from our successful migration to AWS,” said Smith. “By migrating to the leading cloud-provider, we provide our 4,000 clients with enhanced security, faster performance, greater scalability and improved disaster recovery so they can scale their recruiting, hire the people they need and grow their business.”
While the event is now sold out, those interested can sign up for the . Video recordings of the sessions will be available on page after the event.
AWS re:Invent 2018 is the seventh edition of the event, with an anticipated 40,000-plus attendees. To learn more about this event please visit the .
iCIMS is the talent cloud company that empowers organizations to attract, engage, hire, and advance the right talent that builds a diverse, winning workforce. iCIMS accelerates transformation for a community of approximately 4,500 customers, including nearly half of the Fortune 100, that employ more than 35 million people worldwide. For more information, visit www.icims.com.